Samsung, best known for awesome TVs, tablets that get them in legal trouble, and crispy new smartphones, is more than just stuff at Best Buy: they're designing the cockpit for South Korea's K-FX stealth fighter. Watch out, Cupertino!
If you won't listen to headphones unblessed by a rapper's licensing deal—and neither Dre nor Ludacris are good enough for you—look to 50 Cent. The former rapper turned Vitamin Water kingpin's newest headphone is here.
Recovering from an oil disaster isn't just horrific to endure—it's massively difficult and massively expensive to soak it all up. But what if we didn't need an army of oil-wiping humans? What about cleaning boats that sail themselves?
Much like Sesame Street, National Geographic's giving kiddos a chance to learn (this time about the outdoors) while getting a little exercise. Want to learn about rock-digging bears? Dig through virtual rocks with a virtual bear suit on.
Sesame Street was instrumental in teaching generations of screen-bound children how to count and learn the alphabet. So it's only natural that kids would want to get inside that world, right? Microsoft's done it, and it's gonna make kids scream.
In the near future, you might have more to worry about than someone looking over your shoulder—the smartphone beside you could be snooping on what you type. Scientists have programmed phones to spy by feeling. Incredible.
Want to have your brain blown for a few minutes today? Dip your head in some physics, and realize that there's no such thing as pink. Scientifically speaking, that is: it's just something our brain makes up.
We totally dig Micro Four Thirds gear—it's compact, shoots killer pics, and more often than not sports some neat progressive design. But what if you don't want DSLRish quality? What about the opposite? Let's take some warped masterpieces.
We know the iPhone 4S is a killer still camera—perhaps its greatest selling point—but how about video? Do the new guts and 1080p bump make a big difference? Yes. A giant yes. See just how amazing for yourself.
Quixotic patent commando Samsung continues its doomed crusade against Apple, pushing for more national bans against the sale of the iPhone 4S. This time? Japan and Australia, where Sammy's lawyers say Apple's stealing mobile tech. This is getting sad.
Remember how bummed everyone was about The New iPhone being a 4S and not a 5? Well they must not have been that upset, because Apple just sold an impossible four million in three days — double the iPhone 4's record.
Yeee-haw, Apple buckaroos! Whooz ready for some good timin', multitaskin'? Who wants their iPhone served up with a hot bucket'a grits? HOOOOOOOOOOO BOY. Jonny Ive's deep in the hooch pan again? Saddle up, grab yer partner, and let's make some truck-ugly apps!